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Old 01-17-2006, 07:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This is JMO, but the first one seems a little dark, at least on my monitor it does. I like the pose.
The second is a good shot, but I believe I would try and clean some of the stray hairs out of it.

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Each photo has some basic problems.

The left photo's background is too dark (exposure problem). Note how the hair blends into the background. You needed to expose for the background, and then use a reflector or fill flash for the subject. The cropping is not the best. Generally you want to avoid cropping bleow the joint as you have for th arms in this photo.

The right photo has details problems. For example the piece of rock or something on the left side (middle - a gray object) that just juts out there. The background of a window frame or grill or something is distracting and should have been blurred out with better use of DOF, or you should have looked for something else to pose her in front of.

So over all, watch the little details and work on exposure.



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